Programs

Educational Programs

The Early years Learning Framework (EYLF) is a national framework that guides educators programming and planning for the children within the learning environment. Each week the educators develop an Educational Program, which reflects each of the learning outcomes defined by the EYLF, as well as each child's interests, developmental needs, special events and family input.


For further details on our curriculum please come in and speak with our Educational Leader, Nicole or Director, Kun or alternatively click this link for an overview of the EYLF.

Children's Journals

The children’s learning and development is recorded digitally through ongoing documentation, which we currently store on their individual USB drive. Throughout the year educators observe each child’s development and interests, and document them through individual observations, special events, intentional teaching and photographs throughout the year.


Daily Diary

Each day, every room compiles a diary of the daily events/activities that the children have taken part in, and that have contributed to their involvement in the educational program. We incorporate the 5 Learning Outcomes as well as any spontaneous play and parent/teacher initiated experiences. This is provided in a digital presentation, which contains digital photos, learning stories and special events that are emailed to parents each day and displayed on the screen located in each room.


Transition to School (School Readiness)

The year before children transition to Primary School is crucial for so many reasons. It is important for children to start Kindergarten with the basic foundations for literacy and numeracy, including how to recognise their name and even write it. However, children should also start their first year of school as social, confident, resilient, independent children; which includes being able to share, look after their belongings, negotiate with peers during conflict and concentrate on a task for long periods of time.


Through a holistic approach to school readiness we believe children will be better prepared for school as they will have developed the life skills necessary for a smooth transition.

Please click this link to review our Transition to School Parent Handbook, which has been created by our preschool teachers to give families an understanding of what our program covers, ideas on how they can extend the learning journey at home and provides resources to help parents confidently make the right schooling decision.

Extracurricular Activities & Events

We host a number of extracurricular activities throughout the year, which vary between term-long programs such as Junior GoGo Sports and Music Maestros to one-off events such as Drum Beat, animal experiences, local police visits and many more! This we hope will assist busy families who struggle to find the time after hours and on weekends for additional activities.

We also take part in a number of charity fundraising events such as crazy hair week, pyjama week and daffodil day; as well as hosting week long events such as lunch box and fancy dress weeks. Each of the activities and events we host support the children in the development of their holistic wellbeing and the centre's contribution to community wide initiatives.

Term-long programs generally run on a10-week cycle and parents are billed directly by the providers. Please see a staff member for further details on which day activities are offered, below are the programs currently available at the centre:

Mini Maestros (Music Class) - www.minimaestros.com.au
GoGo Healthy Kids (Multi-Sport Classes) - www.gogohealthykids.com.au